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Find our records that relate to those convicted or forced to register as sex offenders at Houston Chronicle.com/Abuseof Faith. Some still work in Southern Baptist churches today.Nearly 100 are still held in prisons stretching from Sacramento County, Calif., to Hillsborough County, Fla., state and federal records show. Journalists in the two newsrooms spent more than six months reviewing thousands of pages of court, prison and police records and conducting hundreds of interviews.(Donna Mc William/Associated Press) "Listen to what God has to say," she said, according to audio of the meeting, which she recorded. More of them worked in Texas than in any other state. We found complaints made against hundreds of pastors, church officials and volunteers at Southern Baptist churches nationwide.
Others remain there, including a Houston preacher who sexually assaulted a teenager and now is the principal officer of a Houston nonprofit that works with student organizations, federal records show. • Many of the victims were adolescents who were molested, sent explicit photos or texts, exposed to pornography, photographed nude, or repeatedly raped by youth pastors.In some cases, church leaders apparently failed to alert law enforcement about complaints or to warn other congregations about allegations of misconduct.• Several past presidents and prominent leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention are among those criticized by victims for concealing or mishandling abuse complaints within their own churches or seminaries.Heather Schneider was 14 when she was molested in a choir room at Houston's Second Baptist Church, according to criminal and civil court records.Her mother, Gwen Casados, said church leaders waited months to fire the attacker, who later pleaded no contest.